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Re: Upside Down Text Revised

by mbethke (Hermit)
on Mar 07, 2013 at 23:43 UTC ( [id://1022318]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Upside Down Text Revised

Try running it with perl -CS so it will UTF-8-encode the output even if perl would otherwise use Latin based on your environment. If it still looks crap, it's likely to be your terminal's fault.

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Re^2: Upside Down Text Revised
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 08, 2013 at 02:45 UTC

    Try running it with perl -CS so it will UTF-8-encode the output

    That is what printW does, see Win32::Unicode::Console

      Sorry, my bad! Well, that makes the terminal the main suspect. Maybe pipe to something akin to xxd on Windows, or perl -ne'printf "%02x ",ord $_ for split//' to further diagnose?

        I'm running on Windows XP if that makes a difference? As you can see from the output it is having trouble finding the upside down equivalent to the T, E, P, R, L, D, N. I have posted pictures here: Click Here to see the exact output.

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